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Cornelius’ Fantasma: A Journey of Colors

By Victor Guevara Music Journalist After a usual night of scrolling through the YouTube recommended page, I stumbled upon a bright orange-colored album with the title of Fantasma. With it instantly catching my eye, I clicked and was taken on a journey through different worlds and colors. Initially released on Aug. 6, 1997, and reissued in 2016, the third studio album by Japanese musician, Cornelius, is as fresh as ever. The […]

todayNovember 16, 2021 197 1

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Wednesday’s Twin Plagues: Playing with Noise

By Victor Guevara Music Journalist On their sophomore album, North Carolina's five-piece collective, Wednesday, grimes up their shoegaze-like sound, adding distortion, wailing guitars, and haunting vocals to create a noise-filled album sure to catch any listener. Starting the album off, the title track “Twin Plagues” throws the listener into an ominous, eerie environment. Slowly building momentum through the layers of fuzzy distorted guitars and lead singer Karly Hartzman’s emotion-filled vocals instantly […]

todayOctober 26, 2021 47 3

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Moontype: Bodies of Water Album Review

By Victor Guevara Music Journalist The debut album from the Chicago trio, Moontype, is deliciously fun and well made. As a pop-punk-folk fusion, the album gives the listener tastes of spunky punk, misty ballads, and rock breaks all wrapped together to create a warm, yet brilliant carefree record. Opening the record with tracks like “Anti-Divinity,” “Your Mom,” and “About You,” feels like the overture of the record, easily presenting to […]

todayOctober 25, 2021 37 3

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Little Simz’s Sometimes I Might Be Introvert: A Cinematic Experience

By Victor Guevara Music Journalist The fourth studio album by the UK rapper is the depiction of a conversation between her internal and external persona mixed with beautiful orchestral scores, soulful beats, and clean bars that make up a cinematic listening experience. Coming into this album, I did not know what to expect as it was my introduction to Little Simz’s music, but beginning this album with the song “Introvert” […]

todaySeptember 21, 2021 16 1

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Ryo Fukui: Live at Vidro ’77 Album Review

By Victor GuevaraMusic Journalist The latest release by the late pianist Ryo Fukui and his record label Solid/Slow Boat, is a live album from one of his shows back in 1977. The album is nothing short of encapsulating. It was released at a perfect time, giving listeners a taste of live music that many of us are craving, especially now in these crazier times. For most of his career, Fukui […]

todayMay 14, 2021 285

Art cover for album Blood, Piss, Religion, Pain which features an illustration of a surreal-like naked fairy, swan, apple and ladder leading up to a burning candle.


Karaoke: Blood, Piss, Religion, Pain Album Review

By Victor GuevaraMusic Journalist The second full-length album by Karaoke (a fairly new collaborative band based out of Atlanta) is nothing less than hypnotizing. Before even listening to the album, the title alone already sets the tone for the kind of experience you are in for. While the album still shows elements of the band’s dream-pop sound from their debut album How to make you Boil, the new album took […]

todayMarch 16, 2021 85

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Madlib: Sound Ancestors Album Review

By Victor GuevaraMusic Journalist The best way to describe this album would be a complete melting pot of culture. Madlib, the now-infamous producer, DJ, rapper and multi-instrumentalist completely shows off his masterful skill on his newest album, Sound Ancestors. Pairing up with Kieran Hebden, otherwise known as “Four Tet” as the arranger, the two of them created a complete instrumental project that could almost sound like someone's playlist on shuffle. […]

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